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Focus on Teaching

Written by Allison Musante

Janice Levy conducts a critique of student work.

Keen focus, intense concentration -- Janice Levy, associate professor of cinema and photography, calls it her “photography head.”

It is difficult to imagine exactly what is running through Levy’s mind when she’s on a photo shoot, but she says that if you look at her work, you’ll see the world through her eyes.

Professor Levy has seen nearly every corner of the world through the lens of her camera, and her work has been featured in galleries and museums across the globe. She has taught photography at Ithaca College since 1987, serving as chair of the department from 1998 to 2004. Her photography has been a model of expertise and professionalism that her students aspire to reach, and the journey to this point in her career taught her important lessons that inspire and inform her students.

Watch Janice Levy with her students in Ithaca and on location in Antigua.




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